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According to the action plan reconstruction hypothesis, continually reconstructing a plan for new movement, as occurs in random practice, undermines performance. e. remembering how to do), learning is enhanced. g. during a game situation). Conversely, in blocked practice, a given action plan can be constructed on the ﬁrst attempt of a movement skill and simply applied to subsequent attempts over an entire block of trials. This uninterrupted repetition of the same action plan leads to good performance during practice, but the minimal experience learners have in reconstructing action plans means that applying that learning in a variety of contexts is poorer.
However, there are a number of other ways of providing augmented feedback. An increasingly utilised form is through video. However, for videotape feedback to be effective at least two important factors need to be considered: the learner’s skill level and the period of time for which this type of feedback is utilised (Rothstein and Arnold 1976). Here, research suggests that skilled performers beneﬁt from unaided video replays of their performance, whereas novices tend to be overwhelmed by the information available in the video and require the addition of speciﬁc verbal cues to point out critical information (Newell and Walter 1981; Rothstein and Arnold 1976).
1994; Shumway-Cook et al. 1988). However, it has also been used in the sporting environment to enhance the learning and performance of both skilled swimmers, by providing audible signals about their stroke rate (Chollet et al. 1988), and elite riﬂe shooters, by providing audio signals enabling them to shoot between potentially disruptive heartbeats (Daniels and Landers 1981). e. when it should be given). Early views regarding the presentation of augmented feedback suggested that ‘the greater the amount the better the learning’, and that it should, therefore, be presented after every practice.